By Edmund A. Sakyi
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By Edmund A. Sakyi

9/20/2012 2:31:34 PM -

With a successful release of 'Medo Me Ghana', which is gaining much exposure on both local and international platforms, one of the most inspirational and skillful rap group in Ghana by the name of Bradez releases another hit single titled 'Wo Se Sen,' come 16st september, 2012 on the internet, various radio stations in Ghana and on the MTN radio play; shortcode: 1303.

'Wo Se Sen', they say, is a fusion of Afro beat and European pop to which has been the first of its kind in the musical history of Ghana. Speaking on this, they revealed that the “fusion lies in the rhythm and the percussion” of which they (Bradez) claim to have been the brain behind it.

In response to how the content of the music reveals the fusion, Bradez stated that it is specially delivered in the tones of the keyboard as well as employment of auto tune and choral which show traces of European music. However, the drum pattern gives a flavor of Afro beat.

To Bradez, which is made up of two blood brothers by the names of Kwaku Nsiah- Boamah (Flow King-Stone) and Kwaku Nsiah Amankwah (Kunta Kinte), 'Wo Se Sen,' like any other good music should revive happiness and joy in the life of one who is in a state of misery. It should also relieve every listener of the stresses of daily activities; the purpose for which they composed the mellifluous song.

With an up-tempo beat, the group says it believes without any doubt that Azonto enthusiasts can dance to 'Wo Se Sen', and that it should be a hit in the music industry even across Ghana.

'Wo Se Sen' was produced by Danny Weezy, and however mixed and mastered by Pee Wezel.

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